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Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Road Closings in Saline County to start Wednesday

Culvert replacements will temporarily close the following roads in Saline County during the next two weeks, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.

- Both lanes of both outer roads at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Route 127, just north of Sweet Springs, will close Wednesday, June 29.

- Both northbound and southbound lanes of Route O, at the intersection of Route 41 in Marshall, will close June 29 - 30.

- Both eastbound and westbound lanes of Route F at the intersection of Route O, north of Slater and east of Miami from June 30 - July 5.


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Thank you CB, I couldn't decide what dressing to use on it but I figured you can't go wrong with ranch.

-- Posted by oldschool17 on Mon, Jun 27, 2016, at 11:44 AM

That was a delicious word salad Oldschool.

-- Posted by Coldbeerbear on Mon, Jun 27, 2016, at 11:11 AM

Obviously I'm not talking about opinions in general. I'm talking about opinions done at the moment a case is done. The case is done & over, it will not be reviewed for years, maybe even decades. Those judges lost the case 5-3, of course they have a different opinion because they voted differently. Those specific judges it doesn't really matter what they now say after the fact. Even if that law does turn out to be horrible & the courts overturn their ruling one day, very likely chance that all these judges will be dead & gone meaning they didn't have anything to do with the repeal.

-- Posted by oldschool17 on Mon, Jun 27, 2016, at 8:05 AM

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